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Thanks DoDo, and I realised when I read more closely that I could have answered my own question.  Since, in the next party description, Mayek actually does characterise the PiS as being "hard right. Well to the right of the PO except on economic policy".  

So apologies for the question

(Although to get back to one of your points DoDo, In the UK, I think Thatcher's makeover of the Tories into neoliberal revolutionaries was what turned the local liberals into fence-sitter centrists, they were fence sitters before Thatcher came along.  It seems to me they've been fence sitters ever since the founding of the Labour Party.  In fact now is the only time in the last 80 or 90 years when they are not the centre party.

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by adhoc on Thu Sep 22nd, 2005 at 07:27:53 AM EST
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